NRS WRSI S-Turn Elbow Pads

NRS WRSI S-Turn Elbow Pads
NRS WRSI S-Turn Elbow Pads
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WRSI S-Turn Elbow Pads by NRS
If you think hitting your funny bone on your desk hurts, try ramming it into a rock when you're mobbing down a rapid. If your imagination tells you enough about how that'll go, you'll know that you should protect your pointy parts with the NRS WRSI Elbow Pads. They're made with a combination of stretchy neoprene, sticky mesh, and protective ABS plastic to shield your elbows from boulders and logs, and they'll remain so comfortable that you'll hardly notice they're on until they save your bacon.

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SKU: NRS006Q
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